Zion National Park

Zion Canyon
Zion Canyon

If you ask us, Zion National Park is the most beautiful place on Earth. And not just because we live here, quite the opposite: we’ve chosen to live here because of Zion Park.

The red rocks of Zion
The red rocks of Zion

There are thousands of books written about this place, millions of photos taken (some of ours you can see here), but nothing beats actually coming here and seeing the beauty of Zion through your own eyes. More than 2,000,000 people visit Zion Park each year, and you should see it, too! When you decide to come, stay at Amber Inn Bed & Breakfast, just 10 minutes away from the entrance to Zion Park.

The Checkerboard Mesa
The Checkerboard Mesa

From our guestbook

… we suddenly saw Amber Inn, we hit the breaks and decided to try… It was the best stay until now, we loved the beautiful house, the rooms, the veranda, the friendliness, and the breakfast… You made one night of our lives unforgettable.

Petra & Danielle, The Netherlands


The Weeping Rock
The Weeping Rock

What season is the best to visit Zion Park?

The answer depends on your preferences.

Spring is best for hiking: the weather is usually sunny, but not hot, and there are not many people on the trails.

Summer is perfect for doing the “Narrows” and other relatively cold places.

Autumn offers the best color combinations of the red rocks, yellow trees, and blue sky.

Winter is perfect for those seeking the true tranquility and quietness: the snow views of the mountains and the emptiness of the park will give you quite a different perspective of this place.

A sunset over Zion
A sunset over Zion

Besides Zion National Park, there are many other attractions in the area around Amber Inn Bed & Breakfast.

One of many slot canyons of Zion
One of many slot canyons of Zion